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Latest News

  • Keller/Anderle case makes list of “Top 10 Most Impressive Verdicts of 2018”
    January 15, 2019

    Courtroom View Network (CVN) recently highlighted the Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts covered in 2018, which included Christina Chavez v. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.  MassMutual was represented by Jennifer L. Keller and Jesse A. Gessin …

  • Jesse Gessin and Jay Barron featured in “The Value of a Strong Narrative” article
    January 3, 2019

    Jesse Gessin, Partner and Jay Barron, Senior Counsel, were featured in the January 2019 issue of “Attorney Journals Orange County.”  Excerpt: “Trials are a matter of inches. Provided you develop and follow a strong narrative and don’t allow yourself or your team to deviate from that narrative, you’re in a significantly stronger position for earning that ‘big win’ for your client” …

  • Jennifer Keller selected to inaugural list of “The Top 20 Trial Lawyers in California”
    December 18, 2018

    Jennifer Keller has been named to the 2019 Benchmark Litigation “Top 20 Trial Lawyers in California,” a list of the top courtroom advocates in the nation’s largest state. Benchmark Litigation annually publishes many rankings, but this is the inaugural edition of the “Top 20 Trial Lawyers in California.”

  • Los Angeles Times Op-Ed discussing the recent Costa Mesa sober living ordinance lawsuit
    December 14, 2018

    Katrina Foley, mayor of Costa Mesa, and John Stephens, mayor pro tem, wrote an Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times discussing the recent Costa Mesa sober living ordinance lawsuit. Excerpt: “For those who witnessed the case firsthand, it was clear to see why it was so important to have Keller and her talented trial team on our side …”